Adopt a Baby Through Lifetime Adoption

by | Sep 26, 2014 | Adoptive Families Blog

Photos of recently adopted Lifetime babiesBelow are some of Lifetime Adoption’s most recently added adoption situations. By reading about our available adoption opportunities, you can determine if Lifetime Adoption is a good fit for what you’re seeking in domestic adoption and open adoption.

Lifetime Adoption Center is seeking an adoptive family to adopt a baby due in April who will be of Hispanic/Caucasian ethnicity. The birth mother is already parenting three and has chosen adoption for her fourth child. A graduate with a Master’s degree, this caring birth mom values good education and wishes her child to have the same.

Lifetime is also seeking an adoptive family to adopt a Caucasian baby girl who is due in December. The birth mother is interested in placing with a Christian family who do not have any children. The family must be financially secure and able to provide a lot of time and support for her baby. Contact desired after placement is uncertain at this time but she would like the family to be open to possible letters, pictures and visits in the future.

Lastly, we’re currently assisting a birth mother seeking an adoptive family to adopt her two-month-old baby girl of Caucasian/Hispanic ethnicity. She’s interested in placing with an adoptive couple who have turned to adoption as the result of infertility; it’s important to her that her baby will be the family’s first child. She is open to placing with a family of any race. She would like an open adoption with letters, pictures and visits once or twice a year.

You can read about other birth mothers seeking adoptive families on The first step to introduce you to adoption opportunities like this one is to complete your FREE online application at If you’d like action steps towards adopting, complete the online application or call 530-271-1740 for more info.


Mardie Caldwell, C.O.A.P.

Written by Mardie Caldwell, C.O.A.P.

Founder of Lifetime Adoption, adoptive mom, adoption expert, and Certified Open Adoption Practitioner (C.O.A.P).

Since 1986, adoption expert Mardie Caldwell has been dedicated to bringing couples and birth parents together in order to fulfill their dreams.

“Many years ago, I was also searching for a child to adopt. We didn’t know where or how to get started. Through research, determination, and a prayer, our dream of a family became reality. I started with a plan, a notebook, assistance from a caring adoption consultant and a lot of hard work; this was my family I was building. We had a few heartaches along the way, but the pain of not having children was worse!

Within weeks we had three different birth mothers choose us. We were overwhelmed and delighted. Many unsettling events would take place before our adoption would be finalized, many months later. Little did I know that God was training and aligning me for the adoption work I now do today. It is my goal to share with our families the methods and plans which succeed and do not succeed. I believe adoption should be affordable and can be a wonderful “pregnancy” for the adoptive couple.

I have also been on both sides of infertility with the loss of seven pregnancies and then conceiving by new technology, giving birth to a healthy daughter. I have experienced first-hand the emotional pain of infertility and believe my experience allows me to serve your needs better.

It is my hope that for you, the prospective parents, your desire for a child will be fulfilled soon.”

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